A hotel is a home away from home that people from around the world use on a regular basis. High end hotels offer meeting rooms and banquet halls as well. Hotels in India and around the world are much more than a place to sleep, they are a place to do business, celebrate life, dine, and gather. Discount rates are available to people who have a lengthy stay or book several rooms for their event.
There is a star rating system that helps consumers find the hotel that best suits their needs. Five stars are the highest rating and the most desirable, but the price tag is upper-end. Customers should avoid any hotel that falls below a three star rating if they wish to have the most enjoyable stay. The number of amenities is closely linked to the star rating.
Marriot and the Hilton in India offer excellent service and they have hotels around the world. Travelling can be exhausting and it is wise to choose hotels that offer more than the average. Marriot and Hilton offer reward points to customers as well. Stay at any of their hotels worldwide and earn free nights on future stays.
Rajasthan is an Indian state located in the extreme northwest of the country, on the border with Pakistan. It is the largest state in the nation with more than 300,000 square kilometers, 10% of India, but ranks eighth in the ranking of most populous states with just under 70 million inhabitants. The state was formed in 1949, its capital and largest city is Jaipur and its territory includes the spectacular Thar Desert.
With its natural beauty and its long history, Rajasthan is one of the most important states in relation to tourism, and receives many visitors from inside and outside the country. Among its main attractions for tourism are the oldest archaeological ruins found in India, belonging to the Indus Valley civilization and located in the village of Kalibanga, and also Dilwara Temples of Mount Abu, the only mountain station in the state and recognized as a sacred place of pilgrimage for Jainism. Other must see attractions are the famous Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur, two national tiger reserves as Ranthambore and Sariska, and a beautiful temple in Sikar district. The invaluable tourist offer also includes other wonders such as the palaces of Jaipur and Ajmer-Pushkar, the desert forts of Jodhpur and the Taragarh Fort in Bundi, the amazing lakes of Udaipur and the cities of Bikaner and Jaisalmer with its incredible buildings and historical monuments.
The Rajasthani cuisine has been influenced by the characteristics of its arid territory, characterized by its historic lack of water and fresh vegetables. Among its traditional dishes are snacks like Bikaneri Bhujia or Pyaaj Kachori and other dishes like the bread bajre ki roti and the lashun ki chutney. The state's economy is based chiefly on agriculture, with significant porducción of wheat, barley and sugarcane, while its main industries are of minerals and textiles sectors.